Defensive lineman Kerry Hyder expects great things after returning to the club he dominated in 2020. It's the San Francisco 49ers, and Hyder will sign a new contract that will last for a year. He seems happy to be back at the club and the fans who loved him. “I’m...
The 49ers should explore reuniting with one of its best pass-rushers from 2020, Kerry Hyder, whom the Seahawks elected to let go after one year. The San Francisco 49ers need to reinforce their pass rush this offseason still and not ask Pro Bowl EDGE Nick Bosa to do everything in 2022.
San Francisco signed Hyder to a one-year, $1.5 million contract Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Hyder previously spent the 2020 season with the 49ers, so he boasts experience in the team's defensive scheme. The veteran defensive end logged 15 appearances in Seattle last year, where he was limited to 33 total tackles and 1.5 sacks.
The Seattle Seahawks released Carlos Dunlap and Kerry Hyder on Friday as they continue to transform their defensive line. That transformation will also include the addition of former Seahawk Quinton Jefferson, who told NFL reporter Josina Anderson that he's agreed with Seattle on a two-year, $9.5 million deal that can be worth up to $11 million.
While the Seahawks reached a new agreement with Dunlap shortly after cutting him last year, it is unclear if the veteran defensive end remains in the team’s plans this time around. Hyder joined the Seahawks after spending the 2020 season with the 49ers. The Seahawks are releasing Dunlap with...